This company could once again become a Wall Street darling.
A speculative solar play and a conservative bank both rank as top contrarian buys for the new year.
The company and its former employees were also hit with criminal charges after a deadly 2010 accident. Other executives are paying attention.
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The solar company is cutting its workforce by 30% and shutting its manufacturing capacity in Germany in response.
A fund manager ups his stake in the worst-performing stock in the index.
Each of these high-risk, high-potential stocks has the added plus of insiders making large purchases.
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